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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Fillmore Auditorium on 2008-05-09




Set I:

d1t01 crowd/tuning
d1t02 Jam >
d1t03 Brown Eyed Women
d1t04 Mama Tried
d1t05 Alligator
d1t06 Gone Wandering
d1t07 Bird Song
d1t08 High Time
d1t09 Casey Jones

Set II:

d2t01 crowd/tuning
d2t02 Feel Like A Stranger
d2t03 Sittin' On Top Of The World
d2t04 Don't Let The Devil Take Your Mind
d2t05 Playing In The Band > Jam >
d2t06 Dark Star >
d2t07 New Potato Caboose >
d2t08 Dark Star >
d3t01 The Golden Road >
d3t02 Uncle John's Band >
d3t03 Sugar Magnolia
d3t04 Donor Rap, Band Intros
Encore:
d3t05 Dire Wolf


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Fillmore Auditorium
Location Denver, CO

Source MAC; (FOB) 2 x Sennheiser MD421 > Sony D5 > 2 x Maxell XLII-S.
Lineage Master Audience Cassettes> Nakamichi Dragon> Kind Kables RCA/XLR> Lunatec V3 (@ 24/96)> coax> Audiophile 2496> WaveLab 5.0> .wav @ 24/96> Waves L3 UltraMaximizer> .wav @ 16/44.1> CD Wave Editor> TLH> flac16 (level 8).
Taped by Mark McCue and Alex Ford.
Transferred by Mark McCue and Alex Ford.

Notes

Notes:

- SBE Free
- This was a group effort. Much thanks to Rick "Coyote" Colyard for lending us his 421s,
Andrew Kolodjeski for lending us his stand and cables,
Muletaper for shipping the mics and Jamie for the sonic guidance :)
- Last but not least, thanks to our Philmore friends for their invaluable help:
Tom, Dave, US Blues, Buddy, Terry, Bill & Jeanine.

Reviews

Reviewer: Albix - - June 4, 2008
Subject: upgrade
If you want a killer sounding version of this show, don't download this one...

Here's the upgrade...check it out ->

http://www.archive.org/details/paf2008-05-09.fob.senn421.remaster.mccue-ford.91928.sbeok.flac16
Reviewer: CatherwoodTirebiter - - May 19, 2008
Subject: Bass drop-off
Yea, but I like the separation on this recording better. Re-EQ it if you have to, it's all about the stereo and being able to hear all the individual "voices", IMHO. Denver's Fillmore is a weird place to try to get a good recording anyway...
Reviewer: JeffFrank - - May 18, 2008
Subject: Lacking in the bass department?
The other one may be better on your home stereo, but this one sounded great on my iPod in the car.
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